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What Travelers Need to Know About the Ebola Virus Outbreak
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What Travelers Need to Know About the Ebola Virus Outbreak

On September 20, Peter Greenberg sat down with Arnie Weissmann, Editor-in-Chief of Travel Weekly, to discuss the recent Ebola Virus Outbreak–and how it will affect travelers. “A number of airlines… Read More…

Politicians Booted Off Plane by Passengers
Airlines & Airports / Travel News / Travel Safety

Politicians Booted Off Plane by Passengers

There’s air rage. Then, there’s what happened in Pakistan earlier this week. First, a little background. Pakistan International Airways (PIA), the national airline of Pakistan, has a long-running reputation of some… Read More…

The Controversy Over Reclining Airplane Seats
Airlines & Airports / CBS News

The Controversy Over Reclining Airplane Seats

Today, Peter Greenberg sat down on CBS This Morning to discuss the hot travel issue right now: air rage over seats that recline, and seats that don’t…and the overall state (and size… Read More…

The Ebola Outbreak: How You Can Make A Difference
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The Ebola Outbreak: How You Can Make A Difference

As of August 18, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that there have been 1,350 deaths from the most recent Ebola Virus outbreak and 2,473 confirmed cases. It continues to… Read More…

How You Can Avoid Extra Charges At Hotels
CBS News / Hotels & Accommodations

How You Can Avoid Extra Charges At Hotels

Today, Peter Greenberg sat down on CBS This Morning to discuss how many hotels are like airlines and charge guests extra fees. In 2013, hotels earned an additional $2.25 billion… Read More…

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Travel Forecast for Labor Day Weekend 2014

If you’re planning on taking a road trip this Labor Day weekend, you’ll be in good company. According to AAA Travel, 34.7 million people are expected to drive 50 miles—or… Read More…

Peter Greenberg Answers the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
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Peter Greenberg Answers the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Arnold Donald, the CEO of Carnival Cruises, called me out on the ALS ice bucket challenge. I am in Malta today (on the island of Gozo), and I was only… Read More…

How Safe Are Small Children on Airplanes?
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How Safe Are Small Children on Airplanes?

Today, Peter Greenberg went on CBS This Morning to discuss the safety of small children on airplanes. He was joined by former National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) director Deborah Hersman,… Read More…

The Facts Behind Marijuana Tourism in Colorado
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The Facts Behind Marijuana Tourism in Colorado

Colorado has become the first state in the nation to legalize marijuana for recreational use. While opponents feared the worst, supporters believed the boost to the state’s economy would be… Read More…

Airline Tragedies Point to Perils of Traveling Together
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Airline Tragedies Point to Perils of Traveling Together

The recent spate of airline tragedies has brought into focus the need to consider another factor when making travel plans—and something not often discussed—who should travel together. The downing of… Read More…

The Ebola Virus: What You Need to Know
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The Ebola Virus: What You Need to Know

On Sunday, a man who had recently traveled to West Africa checked into the emergency room at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City with Ebola-like symptoms. He is currently… Read More…